LinkedIn Integrates Sales Navigator with Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Dynamics CRM integration actions for LinkedIn Sales Navigator 

LinkedIn has added an integration from its Sales Navigator product to Microsoft Dynamics CRM, the company announced today.

"This new upgrade will help open up new market opportunities for Microsoft customers that are interested in connecting their social selling activities to their pipeline and workflow efforts to improve performance and productivity," writes LinkedIn's Steven Kaplan.


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Integration Overstates the Functionality

This isn't really an integration. It is a view only I-frame that allows users to see LinkedIn content within a window. A true integration shares content between the platforms, not simply embeds a subset of functionality within another platform.

In fact, when you flag a Lead or Account in Sales Navigator, you are doing so within LinkedIn. No data is shared with the host service. Thus, you are failing to store information in your CRM, which should be your system of record.